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Things to do in Hungary
Budapest - explore and wander around Castle Hill
Budapest is said to be where East meets West and is in reality two ancient towns joined together as one, Buda and Pest. One of the oldest and most interesting parts of Buda is Castle Hill with its diverse selection of architecture due to rebuilding over the centuries. Also located in the area and popular with tourists are the Buda Royal Palace dating back to the 14th century and now housing 2 magnificent museums and the Fisherman’s Bastion which looks like a fairy tale castle but in reality dates back to 1902.
Budapest - explore Margaret Island with its sporting, threatre and rose garden
Located in the middle of the Danube River Margaret Island is where inhabitants of Budapest go to relax and enjoy a family day out. The island is a haven of tranquillity in the mornings but soon gets busy especially at the weekends. There is a small zoo on the island as well as hot springs, a number of beaches and a large outdoor lido that is great fun during the summer. For those that enjoy their history there are also medieval ruins on the island to explore.
Budapest - see the Great Synagogue
The Great Synagogue is located in the Pest part of Budapest on the East side of the city and is the 2nd largest synagogue in the world, the largest being in New York. Up to 3,000 people can worship here simultaneously and in keeping with religious belief men and women worship separately. The temple was completed in 1859 and extensive restorations have just been completed restoring the interior to its original magnificent design
Heviz - take a dip in the hot water lilly lake
At nearly 50 miles in length Lake Balaton is more of a sea than a lake. Situated just outside of Heviz it is probably Hungary’s most visited tourist attraction as its warm shallow waters at the south end make it ideal for young children and non swimmers. The warm waters and mineral mud are believed to hold therapeutic powers for curing all kinds of ailments
Introduction of Hungary
Home to one of the world's most attractive capitals and with a fantastic location at the heart of Europe, Hungary offers a diverse culture and environment, ensuring it remains one of Europe's leading holiday destinations. Central Hungary is the most-visited region, where the capital, Budapest, straddles the River Danube. Most tourist activity centres on the Castle Hill historical district, where the Royal Palace is open to the public and the Fisherman's Bastion affords great views of the city. In the summer, thousands of visitors head to the Lake Balaton region, and in particular to Siofok. The main attractions in this atmospheric town are its water sports and spa facilities. Heviz, featuring even more thermal spas and a fabulous vineyard, is a more laid-back destination in Lake Balaton. Northern Hungary is an underrated region, but historical cities such as Eger as well as the cave baths of Miskolc still ensure a steady stream of visitors. Hungary hotels vary greatly in price and quality. Outside Budapest, there are many rural farmhouses which offer the chance to enjoy a traditional stay.